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Apache use of a sacred site. Oral history of Apache Elders. (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Nanebah Nez.

The area known as Fossil Creek in Central Arizona is of significant cultural importance to the Western Apache people. It is known to them as Tu’dotłiz (TWO DOE CLIZ), or "blue water." Tu’dotłiz is associated with the Dilzhę́’é (Tonto Apache) creation story, and a clan origin location imbued with ancient placenames. It is a venue for ceremonies, home of the Gảản (Apache mountain spirits), a source of holy water and herbs, and place where prominent Apache historical figures once lived. As one...

Kilkich Youth Corp: Tribal Youth Taking an Active Role in Historic Preservation (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kassandra Rippee.

Tribal Historic Preservation Officers are responsible for the preservation and management of their Tribe’s cultural resources. For the Coquille Indian Tribe, that means engaging the community in the protection, preservation, and maintenance of these traditional resources. The Coquille Tribal Historic Preservation Office connects with the community in a number of ways, the most important of which is through its Kilkich Youth Corp. The Kilkich Youth Corp is a tribal employment and enrichment...

New Echota - Capital of the Cherokee Nation in Georgia and a TCP (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only JW Joseph. Julie Coco.

This is an abstract from the ""We Especially Love the Land We Live On": Documenting Native American Traditional Cultural Properties of the Historic Period" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. New Echota was the Capital of the Cherokee Nation from 1825 until their forced removal known as the Trail of Tears. Newly established as capital while the Cherokee interfaced with Georgia’s Euro-American citizens and explorers, New Echota was relatively...

Texas Tribal Histories Project: Collaborating with Native Voices (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mary J. Galindo. Jimmy W. Arterberry. Mary Kelley Russell. Ryan E. Fennell.

This is a paper/report submission presented at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The Texas Tribal Histories Project is an effort to create geographic historical narratives of tribal presence in Texas through collaboration with tribes. The narratives focus on the physical locations and specific time periods during which various tribal nations were present in Texas. These histories will reflect the tribes’ perspectives on the historical and archeological data that...

Tribal: Tribal Assumption of Formal Responsibilities - National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) (1996)
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SHPO correspondence regarding tribal roles and formal responsibilities for lands under their jurisdiction in Arizona.

Vanished Cultural Landscapes of the Qualla Boundary (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Russell G. Townsend.

Landscapes of tribal reservations vary across the regions of the United States, yet change to these landscapes remains a constant. On the constrained reservations of the east any change to the landscape can be of great significance.  The Qualla Boundary in western North Carolina is one such reservation.  Home to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, this 57,000 acre section of trust land has changed significantly over the past century, but with the economic boon brought about by the casino, the...